On Thu, 20 Sep 2007, James MacKenzie wrote:
This is my first post to the list. I'm interested
in writing for or otherwise
contributing to the SUSE documentation team. I'm a librarian, a SUSE user
(since 2004), have some training in Linux/Unix systems administration, and I'm
familiar with SGML and DocBook. I'm not a developer, but I'd like to
contribute to Documentation any way I can; indexing, writing, proofing,
mark-up, whatever the need is at the moment. Can anyone point me in the right
Have you heard about the Lessons for Lizards project?
It's a community book project maintained by the SUSE doc team with
contributions from both the community and the SUSE team.
This would probably be the perfect place for you to start. Both in a
writer's and in a proofreader's role.
There's also a version of the openSUSE doc style guide available online
(check out the Getting Help section on the above mentioned Web page).
We'd be glad to welcome you on board ;)
Jana Jaeger jjaeger(a)suse.de
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